Storeys Guide to Training Horses, 3rd Edition

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  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • Storeys Guide to Training Horses, 3rd Edition
  • Heather Smith Thomas
  • 11 November 2018
  • 9781635861204

Storeys Guide to Training Horses, 3rd Edition Storey S Guide To Training Horses Is A One Stop Reference For Every Aspect Of Horse Training, Including A Complete Program For Turning A Shy And Gangly Foal Into A Calm, Confident, Well Balanced Equine Partner Now With Full Color Photography, The Third Edition Includes Step By Step Guidance On All The Essential Training Procedures For Both English And Western Style Riding, Including Haltering And Leading, Saddling And Mounting, And Addresses The Finer Points Of Gaits, Lightness, And Collection Best Selling Author Heather Smith Thomas Draws On Her Decades Of Equestrian Experience To Anticipate Every Situation That Might Arise And Provide Answers To Managing All The Potential Challenges Of Training Different Types Of Horses

2 thoughts on “Storeys Guide to Training Horses, 3rd Edition

  1. Clare O& says:

    This is an excellent guide to training young horses I love the colourful photos which include Appaloosas and foals I am pleased that safety first is placed right at the start, then horse psychology, with simple and complex issues explained equally well This is an American based book, as can be told from the preponderance of tying up the horse, mentions of various gaits and breeds found in America, and the Western saddles and bridles However, English style bridles and saddles are also shown with good instructions and comparisons I was surprised that the trailers shown for loading a young horse, didn t have any ramps I ve never asked a horse to step up into a trailer straight off the ground and can only imagine there must be difficulties and injuries The imprinting on a foal by taking over its mother s job of rubbing it when it is born, is also new to me, and I d prefer not to interfere too much, espe...

  2. Cherry says:

    This is a wonderful reference book There is a focus on safety throughout, and excellent photos providing tutorials on all the basics of handling horses I like that it sets a good foundation for complete beginners and also covers many bases that will fill in gaps f...